Posted: 10:50 p.m. MST
The Yuma Sears' jewelery department re-opened its doors Saturday, four months after being burglarized.
Shoppers gathered Saturday afternoon for the mini grand opening at the jewelry department.
Sears replaced the jewelery casings with new glass, and there was a plethora of designer jewelry to choose from.
The jewelry department lost up to $300,000 worth of jewelry last year in the burglary.
Saturday, employees were focused on getting things back to normal.
"We're all very positive. It was a tragedy that happened--unfortunately--it's still under investigation, but we're still moving forward and we're creating that customer excitement and we're ready to serve our Yuma public," said Regina Samayoa with Sears.
The jewelry department had a short raffle and giveaway to kick of its mini grand opening.